Goosenecks State Park

 

Description

Four miles off Utah Highway 261 near Mexican Hat, you can look into a 1,000-foot-deep chasm carved through the Pennsylvanian Hermosa Formation by the silt-laden San Juan River. The river meanders back and forth, flowing for more than five miles while progressing only one linear mile toward the Colorado River and Lake Powell. The access road is paved. Facilities include primitive camping and vault rest rooms.

Park Information
  •   Acres - 10
  •   Elevation - 5,000 ft.
  •   Park Open - All Year
  •   Stay Limit - 14 Days
  •   Total Units - 4
  •   RV Trailer Sites - 4
  •   Maximum RV Length - 30 ft.
  •   Tent Sites
  •   No Fees
  •   Picnicking
  •   Vault Toilets
  •   Off-Highway Vehicle Trails Nearby
  •   Biking Trails Nearby

 

  

    

Goosenecks State Park
c/o Edge of the Cedars State Park Museum
660 West 400 North
Blanding, Utah 84511
(435) 678-2238

For more information visit the Utah State Parks website